Jenny needs me again!

I was called upon once before, and now I’m called upon again. Jenny McCarthy needs me:

From: “Jenny McCarthy” volunteer@generationrescue.org
Reply-to: volunteer@generationrescue.org
To: orac@scienceblogs.com
Date: Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 11:26 AM
Subject: News From Jenny McCarthy

Become a Rescue Angel Today!

Dear Orac,

It’s Jenny!

Please join my team and help other families!

I’m about to go on tour to promote my new book, Mother Warriors, which hits the bookstores everywhere, September 23rd (38 days from now!). I will also be on all the major talk shows showing the world that autism is reversible and thousands of families will be coming to Generation Rescue for help. This is your chance to help other families.

If you are part of a family who has a child that benefited from biomedical interventions and you have the desire to help other families start the recovery process, join Generation Rescue as a Rescue Angel today!

Rescue Angel Requirements:

1.) You are a family who has benefited from biomedical interventions.
2.) You are willing to volunteer your time to share your story and help other families learn about biomedical treatments.
3.) You will make yourself available to families in need by email or by phone? (your choice) for approximately 4 hours per week.

Become a Rescue Angel Today!

Click here to start supporting families in need: http://www.generationrescue.org/volunteer.php

Thank you for supporting families in need.

xoxo, Jenny

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Sadly, it looks as though September is shaping up to be a very, very bad month when it comes bubble brained actresses pushing pseudoscience. First, there was Suzanne Somers and her dubious stem cell service, but that will pale in comparison to Jenny McCarthy and her autism quackery book. It looks like it’s going to be a long, painful fall for advocates of scientific medicine. On the other hand, we in the skeptical blogosphere need to get ready to counter the lies, pseudoscience, quackery, and other misinformation about vaccines, so-called “biomedical treatments,” and autism that will surely be coming from Jenny straight to a magazine, radio station, or TV near you.